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Celebrities have had their say on the First Lady's slogan jacket she wore to visit migrant children.
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Her Little House on the Prairie series has been criticised for racist stereotypes of Native Americans.
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Tana Mongeau's TanaCon event had to be shut down when too many people turned up.
The service, announced on Instagram, will allow fans a chance to say their "final goodbyes" to the controversial rapper.
Several people have paid tribute to the 15-year-old who was murdered in New York last week, including Cardi B, who donated $8000.
Black Panther and Bruno Mars are among the big winners
Musicians from Newton Faulkner to Sex Pistols' Glen Matlock took part in the festival between the two Koreas.
The man behind a temporary replica venue says the Bard would recognise it (except the scaffolding).
The Danish star has given birth to her first daughter with her fifth husband in Los Angeles.
The pop band tackle a series of random questions based on their latest album, Youngblood.
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About 2,000 pupils it two separate transfer tests each year but there are now plans for one test.
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Coroner criticises doctor over medical notes in the case of a 10-year-old boy who died after surgery.
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The case over a Mallusk incinerator could have implications for decision making while devolved government is down.
A court is told the death of a Londonderry toddler was caused by a 'blunt force attack.'
80-year-old Harry McAnespie was airlifted to hospital but died of his injuries.
A Londonderry man whose car was set alight has said that he has also received a bullet in an envelope and a death threat
The prediction comes in a report from Neil Gibson, chief economist at the consultancy EY.
Two people are critically ill after pedestrians are struck by a car in Dublin church grounds.
Daniel Joseph Curran of Bryansford Avenue in Newcastle will be sentenced in September.
Arlene Foster said she hoped her attendance would be viewed as "a genuine reaching out".
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The foreign secretary meets UK troops and discusses education links during his controversial trip.
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The government "needs to manage fuel duty" says Quentin Willson looking at oil prices and transportation costs.
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Lord Pearson urges the government to use "which" rather than "that" when drafting legislation.
The government will win the vote over Heathrow although it is the "wrong decision" says Chelsea and Fulham's MP.
How Jeremy Corbyn and his supporters cemented their grip on the Labour Party.
It is impressive scaffolding - but tourists were hoping for a picture of London's iconic clock.
Boris Johnson - an opponent of a third runway - will be out of the country for the Commons vote.
A senior party source tells BBC Scotland the SNP has not been convinced by the case for a third runway.
The health and social care secretary criticises Airbus for warning it could leave the UK in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Hated by some for his education policies and Brexit campaign, Michael Gove has won admirers at Westminster for getting things done, writes Mary Ann Sieghart.
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The NHS in Dorset is trialling a 'smart insole' that can help to keep dementia patients safe.
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Patients, carers and MPs say exercise therapy prescribed for chronic fatigue syndrome can be harmful to patients.
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It follows claims the devices, used to give powerful painkillers, could have caused widespread deaths.
After a Met Office warning about unusually high pollen levels, here are some top tips for sufferers.
Experts say the WHO's decision risks "pathologising" a behaviour that is harmless for most people.
Given hours after chemotherapy, it showed promising results in children with a rare cancer.
A charity that provides nursery care for children who have to stay in hospital has been set up.
Charlotte Caldwell has been treating her severely epileptic son, Billy, with cannabis oil since 2016.
Young people are giving up their time to provide comfort for care home residents living with dementia.
About third of those arrested in England have mental health issues. The BBC met the nurses who help them.
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People were forced to take refuge in a village hall to avoid hundreds of bees in Burghfield.
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Matthew Farrimond said the cash was for charity donations but instead he diverted it to his account.
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Gareth Southgate's side are the kings of the set-piece so far at this World Cup - and it is something to be proud of, says former England captain Alan Shearer.
The victim was racing with his co-pilot when their powerboat overturned off West Bay, officials said.
A man told a fellow nightclub-goer "You know the guy in the underground? I killed him," a court heard.
The painting of St George's cross on several roundabouts has been called "dangerous vandalism".
A Crossrail extension to Kent, a million homes and the creation of 1.3m jobs are in the proposals.
A refugee who shares a bedroom with her husband and three sons finds happiness in photography.
The 20,000-strong colony had to be removed as people were "afraid to post letters".
Showcasing the best images sent to us from around England.
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